I think that you can answer your initial question yourself : just download the trial version of DxO Photolab and give it a try.
Then, if you have specific questions about the software, many users here will be happy to answer. Your final opinion will depend on what you consider being “corrected to perfection” and on what photo hardware you’re using . DPL is generally considered as a high quality RAW processor and is probably the best denoising engine currently available. As with any other software, there are things and features that need enhancement and the development team is generally hearing suggestions with attention. When compared to Adobe or Phase One, customer support is significantly above average while the latters are currently significantly below acceptable level (from my experience).
So, go ahead and try it. We’re waiting for your questions and your opinion.
NB : DPL doesn’t support the Fujifilm X-Trans sensors at this time because they are not using a Bayer matrix.